I moved into a new house with a small South facing conservatory. It was looking a bit bare and could do with some greenery. Unfortunately, I’m rubbish at looking after […]
To build these cardboard vases, I used recycled cardboard, glue, and varnish and experimental techniques. Cardboard and tinted plaster of Paris and varnish. Both partly inspired by rough handicraft containers, […]
This wasp nest pot was made back in 2015 out of recycled corrugated cardboard, glue, and varnish. It’s 19cm high. I resorted to gluing dry pieces of cardboard together*. As […]
A “greener” future, in which recycled paper and cardboard are used not only to create art, but also to build habitable structures. Is this really possible?
The promoters of Cartasia – Lucca Biennale (in Lucca until September 27th) certainly believe so and with the presentation of the architectural structure built by students and professors from the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Tongji (Shanghai) symbolically launched a new section of the biennial, which will be developed over the next editions: a section entirely dedicated to architecture, studies, research and projects that see paper and cardboard as protagonists of new housing solutions.
Creating jewelry and accessories with recycled paper and cardboard. Creación de bisutería y complementos reciclando papel y cartón.
++ David Stark
I was in a shop in Paris called “Puerto Cacao” which is a chocolate craft and fair bar / workshop. I saw there also a display with different objects, only […]